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2019 | 30 (37) | 65-75
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Ressentiment – The History of the Theory: On Interdisciplinarity of Security Studies

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The paper presents a brief history of ressentiment (resentment) research in order to shed some light on the importance of these considerations for Security Studies (particularly for the analyses of the broad spectrum of issues related to ideologically motivated violence). Even a cursory overview of the usage of the created by Friedrich Nietzsche concept of ressentiment in social sciences and humanities enables to draw significant conclusions on the importance of interdisciplinarity in the development of reflection on security. Presentation of those conclusions is the main goal of this article.
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  • Polish Air Force University, National Security and Logistics Faculty, Dęblin
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